Szijjártó: Eximbank opens $68 mln credit line for Hungarian-Georgian cooperation

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The Hungarian Eximbank will open a $68 million credit line to support cooperation between Hungarian and Georgian companies, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said yesterday at a Hungarian-Georgian business forum in Budapest.

Szijjártó said Georgia holds serious opportunities for Hungarian companies in the construction sector, the pharmaceutical sector and agriculture. 

The minister noted that there are already direct flight connections between Hungary and Georgia and these will be upgraded when Wizz Air establishes a new airbase at Georgiaʼs second largest airport.

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